OAR 333-100-0020
Prohibited Uses

(1) Hand-held fluoroscopic screens shall not be used unless they have been listed in the Registry of Sealed Source and Devices or accepted for certification by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
(2) Shoe-fitting fluoroscopic devices shall not be used.
(3) Sources of radiation shall not be used to expose any individual solely for training or demonstration purposes.
(4) No person shall intentionally apply or allow to be applied, either directly or indirectly, ionizing radiation to human beings except by, or under the supervision of, persons licensed by the State of Oregon to practice the healing arts and who are authorized to use radiation on humans. Notwithstanding this restriction, the Authority recognizes practitioners of the healing arts to be as outlined in ORS 676.110 (Use of title “doctor”), that is:
(a) Podiatrists, chiropractors, dentists, naturopath, osteopaths, medical doctors, and veterinarians;
(b) Nurse practitioners and physician assistants may prescribe X-ray when doing so within the bounds of their independent rules;
(c) Dental professionals are permitted to prescribe and review intraoral radiographs, in accordance with the Oregon Board of Dentistry administrative rules, chapter 818.
(d) No person shall be allowed to use X-ray producing equipment without first meeting the requirements of OAR 333-106-0045 (General Requirements: Use of Best Procedures and Equipment)(16) or 333-106-0055 (General Requirements: X-ray Operator Training).
(5) No person shall intentionally or unintentionally expose another individual to radiation other than ionizing radiation in such a way as to adversely affect the health or safety of that individual. Notwithstanding this restriction, the use of radiation other than ionizing radiation by persons licensed by the State of Oregon to practice the healing arts and who are authorized to use radiation shall be allowed.
(6) Dental units with a Kilovolt peak (kVp) of 50 and below are prohibited from being sold, leased, transferred or lent.
(a) Existing diagnostic dental X-ray systems less than 55 kVp shall not be used on minors.
(b), Registrants may not use diagnostic dental X-ray systems with a fixed, nominal kVp of less than 55.
Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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